Information Technology – General
IT – Information Technology
CRM – Customer Relationship Management System. Basically you use this system to keep your customer details, handle all kinds of communication with your customers (e.g., invoice, support, etc), analyze your customers (how frequent they buy from you, what items they have bought from you, etc.).
ERP – Enterprise Resource Planning System
POS – Point of Sales System – Cash register in any retail shop, can be a point of sales system.
HRMS – Human Resource Management System
IS – Information System
Open Source – mmm….
IT / Human Resource
The diversify of IT industry has created a lot of ‘job opportunities’ to be filled. These are some of the common job titles in the market,
CIO – Chief Information Officer
CTO – Chief Technology Officer
TD – Technical Director
SA – Software Architect, or System Architect
SA – System Analyst
System Admin – System Administrator
TM – Technical Manager
TL -Technical Lead
BA – Business Analyst
PM -Project Manager, or Product Manager
DBA – Database Administrator, a dedicated person who take care of your company’s databases, ensuring your data is secure, backed up, and tuned for best performance.
Web Designer – Ensuring your website looks great, advise the best color and font to use, touch up images to fit your web design theme, and know the magic number (in layout) that will make your website visitor feel comfortable, and wanting to see more.
IT / Software Development
Software Life Cycle
Average revenue per user
- Real Time billing
- Convergent billing
- Wholesale billing
- Interconnect billing
Code Division Multiple Access – a data communication method that allows multiple users to share the same physical channel /bandwidth using a special coding schema. TDMA uses time, and FDMA uses frequency.
Customer Relationship Management System
General Packet Radio Service
Global System for Mobile Communications
Long Term Evolution
Mobile Virtual Network Operator
In simple term, telecom OSS and BSS are software systems that supporting operational network processes. OSSs (operations support systems) track network inventory, assets and provisioning of services, while BSSs (business support systems) deal with customer relationship management (CRM) and processes including taking orders, processing bills and collecting payments